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Commentators Consider City's Cracks

ESPN sports commentators Robbie Earle, Tommy Smyth and Shaka Hislop discuss the problems facing Roberto Mancini at Manchester City.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday November 2 2010

Time: 9:43PM

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We hare not talking about cracks, its full blown disruption.. City has bought in a lot players, who doesnt give a s... about the club, who only cares about the huge paycheck.. Now they want the useless coach out, the club is in utter caos.. It is sad to see a club, spending so much money on bit players and mercenaries, and, instead of spending it on their youth training.. Look at all the great clubs, United, Barca, even Liverpool back then, they bring in a healthy amount of young players, with the right attitude and the skille to develop into a star player.. City is now the laughing stock of Europe, trying to emeluate Circus Real, however City is buying s.... players for top money.. Face it, you will nothing, 34 years and still counting.. Enjoy the Euro League while it last.
nordkap
You obviously haven't a notion what you're talking about Nordkap. There has been huge investment in the Academy training facilities as well as investment in youth players. Just because the tabloids don't splash that across their back pages doesn't mean it isn't happening. As for cracks, they are figments of the media's imagination. Obviously there's going to be some players that are not getting their game that are going to be disillusioned, this is normal at any club.
Bluedub
EXACTLY nordkap mate. these bitters no nothing of what it is like to be a part of the GREATEST EVER FOOTBALL CLUB OF ALL TIME and will never no what it is like to do what we did in 1999. Scholesy, Giggsy and Gary are still showing them what it is like to be a part of a team carefully built with careful spending and will defeat them again with total ease next week. Oo-ah, Oo-ah Cantona!!
Nobby Allcock
Crisis! City lose two games in a row, playing crap in the latter, yet sit in 4th above Spurs, who conquered the European champions last night. Mancini out! YCMIU.
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